August 1, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

The Cincinnati Enquirer prints HUD Chief Favors Refinancing. U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Visits the West Side, Fox 19. Bloomberg News writes “Construction spending in U.S. climbs to almost three-year high.” “Valley development and housing programs get funding” Central Valley Business Times. And, Houston Chronicle reports Study: Houston’s Homeless Population Declines.    

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July 31, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

The Wall Street Journal reports “Zillow, U.S. 30-Year Mortgage Rate Sets Another Record Low” and writes, “Housing Notches Gain.” “Home Price Index Shows Gains in All 20 Cities,” USA Today. Bloomberg publishes U.S. Housing Recovery Tested as Economy Tempers Optimism. “Metro Detroit to get $4.2M for Housing, Homelessness Programs,” CBS Detroit. And, Nonprofit Gets Federal Grant […]

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July 30, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Chicago Sun-Times reports Mortgage Rates Make This Best Time to Buy or Refinance. “Home purchase and refinance activity up 10 percent in Colorado,” Denver Post. The Daily Commercial writes, “Supporting homeless vets, contractors donate materials, labor.” And, New Affordable Housing Apartments in Jersey City to be Set Aside for Artists.

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July 27, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

U.S. Home Vacancy Rate Falls as Housing Demand Improves, Bloomberg Businessweek. “Housing is finally contributing to economic growth in a sustained way,” The Wall Street Journal. The Washington Post writes D.C. Housing Market Recovers. Community Impact Newspaper publishes Housing Aimed at Homeless, At Risk. And, Spring Creek Nehemiah is an Affordable Housing Success Story in […]

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July 25, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Reuters prints U.S. Mortgage Applications Surge on Refinancing. “The housing market’s recovery continues to show tremendous variation market by market.” The Huffington Post. Herald Tribune publishes Market Watcher Predicts Housing Recovery Will Persist. “Homeless agencies plan merger to meet growing needs,” The Bloomington Alternative. And, Eight Possible Sites Named for Public Housing (The Commons).

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